Novell SecureLogin Application Definition Guide

This guide helps users to write or modify application definitions for single sign-on-enabled applications. Most users will find it quicker and easier to use the Application Definition Wizard but, assuming the relevant permissions have been granted, users may also write their own application definitions to suit their particular requirements.


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